In America, we like things big: our trucks and SUVs, our hulking V-8 engines, even our super-sized French fries.
That may be why Audi decided, after it launched its A8 super luxury sedan in Europe, to bring to the United States only the
long-wheelbase version, the A8 L.
That's L as in longer, L as in legroom, L as in limo-like rear seating.
With a 121.1-inch wheelbase and an overall length of 204 inches, the L model is a full 5 inches longer than the standard A8. And all five of
those inches have been located right inside each rear door, where long, sumptuous pockets of seating (more than 40 inches of legroom Yao!) give rear seat passengers that sense of being driven in a limousine... Read More